memoires: the ultimate way to keep your memories on the go
Private, password protected and encrypted diary / journal.
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Memoires gives a way to quickly enter thought, life moments, memories or notes, capture photos or insert images from gallery. Memoires detects location and addresses automatically and attaches them to a memo.
To keep records and images confidential, Memoires uses password protection and strong encryption.
- Strong protection with password and encryption of records and images with 128-bit AES.
- Timeline, Calendar, Map and Album views.
- Unlimited amount of photos captured or images attached (Storage space is limited by the size of SD card)
- Audio recordings as attachements
- Emotions (smileys)
- Configurable fonts and font size
- User fonts from SD card (ttf or otf fonts should be placed into /sdcard/fonts folder)
- Tags to organize and classify records.
- "Flow of thoughts" as an additional way to keep memories linked to each other and organized as continues conversation.
- Current weather conditions.
- Geo location, altitude and address either automatically obtained or entered manually on the map.
- Unlimited possibilities to share records and images by to other applications (depends on application data sent to). Sharing over email, sms, twitter, buzz, facebook etc (required corresponding client apps installed).
- Storing text, links and images from other applications which supports sharing it's data (i.e from gallery, rss readers, ebook readers, browser etc.).
- Export as RTF document for printing including images.
- Export as Google document including images for further editing or sharing with friends.
- Full two-way synchronization with Google spreadsheet.
- Export images to Google Picasa album.
- Full backup and restore.
- Supports Move to SD card
- Widgets and Shortcuts are available as separate "Memoires Widgets" package on the Market for a small fee.
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